Big Bird, Snuffy, Elmo & Forgetful Jones You'll Never Gonna Believe What Happen!
Luigi & I We're Down At the General Store And Then Suddenly (When The News Comes On) (Gasp) The News!
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All this talk about my dad got me really upset.
Because your dad is away?
And you miss him?
Yeah but because of where he is too. My dad is...My dad's in jail.
I don't like to talk about it. Most people don't understand.
Actually I know what you are going through. When I was about your age my dad was incarcerated too.
Wait. What's "incarcerated" and why was your dad "in" it?
Incarcerated is when a grown-up breaks the law, an adult rule, and then they have to go to jail or prison.
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This is Murray from Sesame Street saying "See you next time on the street! Peace!"
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Zelda the Chicken:
(Translating the chicken's cluck) Just remember: Dogs bark, Cats meow, Ducks quack, and cows moo. But only a chicken can cluck.
Zelda the Chicken:
(Clucking "Thank You")
You're Welcome, Zelda.
This announcement has been provided by Proud to be a Chicken association.
Well, I like to order one...
Excuse me, Sir. But I want you to take a number over there. You see, When I call the number, Then you will be served. So, Please take a number.
But I am the only one in here.
I'm sorry, Sir. But this is our policy. The sign says John's Bakery, Not Grover's Bakery. I only work here.
Okay, I'll take a number.
Yup, Over here, Sir. This machine will give you the number. So, Go ahead.
(Pulls the lever on the number machine and it gives out the number)
Very good, Now what is the number?
40, And that is your number.
What really different is You how much me love cookies. Well, Me baby cousin would not touch it.
Well, I see. Well, Maybe she does not like cookies. Perhaps you have to feed her something else.
This is my mother's house. And this is my father's house.
But don't they live together?
Well, My parents are divorced!
What is a "Divorce"?
A divorce means that her parents aren't married anymore.
Well, They could not get along. And they tried, and tried. It sometimes don't work things out.
We have a big problem, Big Bird.
Well, What is your problem?
Well, Our problem is. Our apartment is being painted. We need to find place where sleepover. Miles is having a sleepover with his friend. And we were going to have a sleepover at Angela and Jamal's apartment. However, Angela found out that her baby daughter has the chickenpox.
We interrupt this program to bring you "A Word from your local chicken!"
Hey, Zelda? You're on!
Zelda the Chicken:
(Translating the chicken's cluck) For those of you who don't speak chicken, Zelda says she is mighty proud a chicken.
You did it, Maria. You won the grand prize!
What did I win?
Tell her about it, folks. Let her have it!
(Gasps when the dump truck backs up to pour out a big pile of sand)
Here is it, Maria. Here is something else that rhymes with grand. You very own dump truck pile of sand. From the house of sand to the sand of the stars.
NO WAIT! I don't want all that sand here. NO! STOP! I don't want that pile of sand there.
That's Hooper, Big Bird. Hooper!
Where's Mr. Hooper so I can give him his picture?
Big Bird, don't you remember? We told you, Mr. Hooper died. He's dead. Remember?
Oh yeah. I remember. Well, I'll give it to him when he comes back.
Big Bird, Mr. Hooper's not coming back.
Big Bird, when people die, they don't come back?
Well Big Bird, they can't come back. They're dead.
But, he's gotta come back. Who's gonna take care of the store?! And who's gonna make my birdseed milkshakes and tell me stories?!
Big Bird, I am going to take care store. Mr. Hooper left it to me. I will make you your birdseed milkshakes, We will tell you some stories and see that you okay.
But it won't be the same.
Yes, it won't be the same around here without him but, we can all be glad we got to know him, and be with him, and love him when he was here.
And we still have our memories of him.
But everything was just fine! Why did it have to be like this?!
Big Bird, it has to be like this, because.
Yes. Just because.
Well, I'm gonna miss you Mr. Looper!
That's Hooper Big Bird, Hooper!